Marine Bioerosion Bibliography

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Mastigocoleus testarum Lagerheim and Kyrtutnrix dalmatica Ercegovic, as a taxonomic character. Hydrologie 35:157-161.

Golubic, S. and Marcenko, E., 1958. Zur Kenntnis der Morphologie und Taxonomie der Gattung Oocardium. Aquatic Sciences - Research Across Boundaries 20:177-185.

Golubic, S. and Marcenko, E., 1965. Über Konvergenzerscheinungen bei Standortsformen der Blaualgen unter extremen Lebensbedingungen. Aquatic Sciences - Research Across Boundaries 27:207-217.

Golubic, S., Perkins, R.D. and Lukas, K.J., 1975. Boring microorganisms and microborings in carbonate substrates, p. 229-259. In: Frey, R.W. (ed.), The Study of Trace Fossils. Springer-Verlag, New York.

Golubic, S. and Radtke, G., 2008. The trace Rhopalia clavigera isp. n. reflects the development of its maker Eugomontia sacculata Kornmann, 1960, p. 95-108. In: Wisshak, M. and Tapanila, L. (eds.), Current Developments in Bioerosion. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Golubic, S., Radtke, G. and Le Campion-Alsumard, T., 2005. Endolithic fungi in marine ecosystems. Trends in Microbiology 13: 229-235.

Golubic, S., Radtke, G. and Le Campion-Alsumard, T., 2007. Endolithic fungi, p. 38-48. In: Ganguli, B.N. and Deshmukh, S.K. (eds.) Fungi: Multifaceted Microbes. Anamaya Publishers, New Delhi.

Golubic, S. and Schneider, J., 1979. Carbonate dissolution, p. 107-129. In: Trudinger, P.A. and Swaine, D.J. (eds.), Biogeochemical cycling of mineral-forming elements. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Golubic, S. and Schneider, J., 2003. Microbial endoliths as internal biofilms, p. 249-263. In: Krumbein, W.E., Dornieden, T. and Volkmann, M. (eds), Fossil and Recent Biofilms. Kluwer Academic Publishers, New York.

Golubic, S. and Seong-Joo, L., 1999. Early cyanobacterial fossil record: preservation, palaeoenvironments and identification. European Journal of Phycology 34:339-348.

Golubic, S., Zhang, Y., Yun, Z. and Campbell, S.E., 1985. Early evolution of morphological complexity in prokaryotes (Cyanophyta, Cyanobacteria), p. 355-368. In: Mlíkovsk, J. and Novák, V.J.A. (eds), Evolution and Morphogenesis. Praha, Academia.

Gómez-Pujol, L., Fornó, J.J. and Swantesson, J.O.H., 2006. Rock surface millimetre-scale roughness and weathering of supratidal Mallorcan carbonate coasts (Balearic Islands). Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 31:1792-1801.

Gong, Y.-M. and Si, Y.-L., 2002. Classification and evolution of metazoan traces at a topological level. Lethaia 35:263-274.

Gonzalez, J.A.D., Tristan, A.L. and Salazar-Vallejo, S.I., 1993. Epifauna del ostion espinoso Spondylus princeps unicolor (Mollusca: Bivalvia), de Puerto Escondido, Golfo de California, Mexico. Revista de Biología Tropica 41:877-881.

Gooday, A.J. and Hayne, J.R., 1983. Abyssal forminifers, including two new genera, encrusting the interior of Bathysiphon rusticus tubes. Deep-Sea Research 30:591-614.

Gordon, D.P., Mawatari, S.F. and Kajihara, H., 2002. New taxa of Japanese and New Zealand Eurystomellidae (Phylum Bryozoa) and their phylogenetic relationships. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 136:199-216. [Includes brief discussion of nudibranch bioerosive predation on Integripelta bilabiata.]

Goreau, T.F., Goreau, N.I., Soot-Ryen, T. and Yonge, C.M., 1969. On a new commensal mytilid (Mollusca: Bivalvia) opening into the coelenteron of Fungia scutaria (Coelenterata). Journal of the Zoological Society of London 158:171-195.

Goreau, T.F., Goreau, N.I. and Yonge, C.M., 1972. On the mode of boring in Fungiacava eilatensis (Bivalvia: Mytilidae). Journal of the Zoological Society of London 166:55-60.

Goreau, T.F., Goreau, N.I., Yonge, C.M. and Neumann, Y., 1970. On feeding and nutrition in Fungicava eilatensis (Bivalvia, Mytilidae), a commensal living in fungiid corals. Journal of the Zoological Society of London 160:159-172.

Goreau, T.F., Goreau, N.I., Goreau, T.J. and Carter, J.G., 1976. Fungiacava eilatensis burrows in fossil Fungia (Pleistocene) from the Sinai Peninsula. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B193:245-252.

Goreau, T.F. and Hartman, W.D., 1963. Boring sponges as controlling factors in the formation and maintenance of coral reefs, p. 25-54. In: Sognnaes, R.F. (ed.), Mechanisms of Hard Tissue Destruction. Publications of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 75.

Goreau, T.F. and Yonge, C.M., 1968. Coral community on muddy sand. Nature 217:421-423.

Gormus, M. and Nielsen, J.K., 2006. Borings in larger benthic foraminifers from Turkey and their paleoenvironmental significance. Journal of Foraminiferal Research 36:152-165.

Gormus, M. and Sagular, E.K., 1998. Microboring activity in Orbitoides accumulations from Turkey. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences 47:61-67.

Grahn, Y., 1981. Parasitism on Ordovician Chitinozoa. Lethaia 14:135-142.

Grant, R.E., 1826. Notice of a new zoophyte (Cliona celata Gr.) from the Firth of Forth, Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal 1:78-81.

Green, J.W., Knoll, A.H., Golubic, S. and Swett, K., 1987. Paleobiology of distinctive benthic microfossils from the Upper Proterozoic limestone-dolomite “series”, Central East Greenland. American Journal of Botany 74:928-940.

Green, J.W., Knoll, A.W. and Swett, K., 1988. Microfossils from oolites and pisolites of the upper Proterozoic Eleonore Bay Group, central East Greenland. Journal of Paleontology 62:835-852.

Greenfield, L.J. and Lane, C.E., 1953. Cellulose digestion in Teredo. Journal of Biological Chemistry 204:669-672.

Greenstein, B.J. and Moffat, H.A., 1996. Comparative taphonomy of modern and Pleistocene corals, San Salvador, Bahamas. Palaios 11:57-63.

Griffin, S.P., Garcia, R.P. and Weil, E., 2003. Bioerosion in coral reef communities in southwest Puerto Rico by the sea urchin Echinometra viridis. Marine Biology 143:79-84.

Gripp, K., 1967. Polydora biforans n. sp., ein in Belemniten-Rostren bohrender Wurm der Kreidezeit. Meyniana 17:9-10.

Gripp, K., 1968. Belemniten-Bruch vom Ostseestrand. Natur und Museum 98:374-384.

Grubic, A., 1970. Rosetted trace fossils: A short review, p. 185-188. In: Crimes, T.P. and Harper, J.C. (eds.), Trace Fossils. Geological Journal Special Issue, 3. Seel House Press, Liverpool.

Gruszczynski, M., 1979. Ecological succession in Upper Jurassic hardgrounds from central Poland. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 24:429-450.

Gruszczynski, M., 1986. Hardgrounds and ecological succession in the light of early diagenesis (Jurassic, Holy Cross Mts., Poland). Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 31:163-212.

Grygier, M.J. and Newman, W.A., 1985. Motility and calcareous parts in extant and fossil Acrothoracia (Crustacea: Cirripedia), based primarily upon new species burrowing in the deep-sea scleractinian coral Enallopsammia. Transactions of the San Diego Society of Natural History 21:1-22.

Gül, M., Özbek, A., Karayakar, F. and Kurt, M.A., 2008. Biodegradation effects over different types of coastal rocks. Environmental Geology 55:1601-1611.

Gunatilaka, A., 1976. Thallophyte boring and micritization within skeletal sands from Connemara, western Ireland. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 46:548-554.

Günther, A., 1990. Distribution and bathymetric zonation of shell-boring endoliths in Recent reef and shelf environments: Cozumel, Yucatan (Mexico). Facies 22:233-262.

Gygi, R.A., 1969. An estimate of the erosional effect of Sparisoma viride (Bonanaterre), the green parrotfish, on some Bermuda reefs. Special Publications, Bermuda Biological Station Research 2:137-143.

Gygi, R.A., 1975. Sparisoma viride (Bonnaterra), the stoplight parrotfish, a major sediment producer on coral reefs of Bermuda. Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 68:327-359.

Haderlie, E.C., 1980. Some boring marine bivalves from Monterey Bay, California. The Veliger 22:345-354.

Haderlie, E.C., 1981. Growth rates of Penitella penita (Conrad, 1837), Chaceia ovoidea (Gould, 1851) (Bivalvia, Pholadidae) and other rock-boring bivalves in Monterey Bay. The Veliger 24:109-114.

Hadfield, G.M., 1976. Molluscs associated with living tropical corals. Micronesica 12 133-148.

Haga, T., Kurihara, Y. and Kase, T., 2010. Reinterpretation of the Miocene sea-snake egg Moniopterus japonicus as a boring of rock-boring bivalve Lithophaga (Mytilidae: Mollusca). Journal of Paleontology 84:848-857.

Hagan, T.H., Coniglio, M. and Edwards, T.W.D., 1998. Subfossil bioerosion of mollusc shells from a freshwater lake, Ontario, Canada. Ichnos 6:117-127.

Hagdorn, H. and Mundlos, R., 1983. Aspekte der Taphonomie von Muschelkalk-Cephalopoden Teil 1: Siphozerfall und Füllmechanismus. Fossil-Diagenese 22:394-395.

Hagenow, F. von 1840. Monographie der Rügen‘schen Kreide-versteinerungen, II. Abtheilung: Radiarien und Annulaten, nebst Nachträgen zur ersten Abtheilung. Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie, Geognosie, Geologie und Petrefaktenkunde 1840:631-671.

Haigler, S.A., 1969. Boring mechanism of Polydora websteri inhabiting Crassotrea virginica. American Zoologist 9:821-828.

Halldal, P., 1968. Photosynthetic capacities and photosynthetic action spectra of endozoic algae of the massive coral Favia. The Biological Bulletin 134:411-424.

Halleck, M.S., 1973. Crinoids, hardgrounds, and community succession: the Silurian Laurel-Waldron contact in southern Indiana. Lethaia 6:239-252.

Hallock, P., 1988. The role of nutrient availability in bioerosion: consequences to carbonate buildups. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 63:275-291.

Hallock, P. and Schlager, W., 1986. Nutrient excess and the demise of coral reefs and carbonate platforms. Palaios 1:389-398.

Hallock, P. and Talge, H.K., 1994. A predatory foraminifer, Floresina amphiphaga, n. sp., from the Florida Keys. Journal of Foraminiferal Research 24:210-213.

Hallock, P., Talge, H.K., Williams, D.E. and Harney, J.N., 1998. Borings in Amphistegina (Foraminiferida): evidence of predation by Floresina amphiphaga (Foraminiferida). Historical Biology 13:73-76.

Hammond, L.S., 1984. Epibiota from the valves of recent Lingula (Brachiopoda). Journal of Paleontology 58:1528-1531.

Hamner, W.M. and Jones, M.S., 1976. Distribution, burrowing, and growth rates of the clam Tridacna crocea on interior reef flats. Oecologia (Berlin) 24:207-227.

Hamza, F.H., 1983. Post-Pliocene transgressive phase along the northern part of the Nile Valley, Egypt. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Monatshefte 1983:338-344.

Hancock, A., 1849. On the excavating powers of certain sponges belonging to the genus Cliona; with descriptions of several new species, and an allied generic form. The Annals and Magazine of Natural History (series 2) 3:321-348.

Hanna, R.K. and M.T. Al-Radwany., 1993. Statistical study of pelecypod borings on top of the Pila Spi Formation (upper Eocene) at Baashiqa, northern Iraq. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Monatshefte 1993:393-404.

Hannibal, J.T., 1996. Ichnofossils, p. 506-529. In: Feldmann, R.M. and Hackathorn, M. (eds.), Fossils of Ohio. Ohio Division of Natural Resources; Columbus.

Hansen, M.C. and Mapes, R.H., 1990. A predator – prey relationship between sharks and cephalopods in the late Paleozoic, p. 189-192. In: Boucot, A.J., Evolutionary Paleobiology of Behavior and Coevolution. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Häntzschel, W., 1962. Trace fossils and problematica., p. W177-W245. In: Moore, R.C. (ed.), Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part W. Geological Society of America, University of Kansas Press, Lawrence. [Note especially pages W228-W232 on borings].

Häntzschel, W., 1970. Star-like trace fossils, p. 201-214. In: Crimes, T.P. and Harper, J.C. (eds.), Trace Fossils. Geological Journal Special Issue 3. Seel House Press, Liverpool.

Harland, T.L. and Pickerill, R.F., 1984. Ordovician rocky shoreline deposits -- The basal Trenton Group around Québec City, Canada. Geological Journal, 19:271-298.

Harper, D.A.T., 2006. The Ordovician biodiversification: Setting an agenda for marine life. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 232:148-166.

Harmer, S.E., 1917. On Phoronis ovalis, Strethill Wright. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science 62:115-148.

Harper, E.M., 1991. Post-larval cementation in the Ostreidae and its implications for other cementing bivalvia. Journal of Molluscan Studies 58:37-47.

Harper, E.M., 2006. Dissecting post-Palaeozoic arms races. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 232:322-343.

Harper, E.M., Dulai, A., Forsythe, G.T.W., Fürsich, F.T., Kowalewski, M. and Palmer, T.J., 1999. A fossil record full of holes, the Phanerozoic history of drilling predation: discussion and reply. Geology 27:959-960.

Harper, E.M., Forsythe, G.T.W. and Palmer, T.J., 1998. Taphonomy and the Mesozoic marine revolution; preservation state masks the importance of boring predators. Palaios 13:352-360.

Harper, E.M. and Wharton, D.S., 2000. Boring predation and Mesozoic articulate brachiopods. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 158:15-24.

Harries, P.J. and Ozanne, C.R., 1998. General trends in predation and parasitism upon inoceramids. Acta Geologica Polonica 48:377-386.

Harries, P.J. and Schopf, K.M., 2007. Late Cretaceous gastropod drilling intensities; data from the Maastrichtian Fox Hills Formation, Western Interior Seaway, USA. Palaios 22:35-46.

Harries, P.J. and Sorauf, J.E., 2010. Epi- and endobionts on and in free-living colonies of Manicina areolata (Cnidaria, Scleractinia): a comparison of two Pleistocene communities from southern Florida." Palaios 25:400-414.

Harris, P.M., Halley, R.B. and Lukas, K.J., 1979. Endolith microborings and their preservation in Holocene-Pleistocene (Bahamas-Florida) ooids. Geology 7:216-220.

Hartman, W.D., 1957. Ecological niche differentiation in the boring sponges (Clionidae). Evolution 11:294-297.

Hartman, W.D., 1977. Sponges as reef builders and shapers, p. 127-134. In: Frost, S.H., Weiss, M.P. and Saunders, J.B. (eds.), Reefs and Related Carbonates: Ecology and Sedimentology. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Studies in Geology No. 4.

Hary, A., 1987. Epifaune et endofaune de Liogryphaea arcuata (Lamarck). Travaux scientifiques du Musée d'histoire naturelle de Luxembourg 10, 79 pp.

Hassan, M., Dullo, W-C. and Fink, A., 1996. Assessment of boring activity in Porites lutea from Aqaba (Red Sea) using computed tomography. Proceedings 8th International Coral Reef Symposium Panama 1996:5 p.

Hassan, M., Heiss, G.A., Reijmer, J.J.G. and Dullo, W-C., 1995. Bioerosion von Korallenriffen im Golf von Aquaba (Rotes Meer). Sediment 95, 97-80, 24-28 Mai 1995, Freiberg, Deutschland.

Hatch, W.I., 1980. The implication of carbonic anhydrase in the physiological mechanism of penetration of carbonate substrata by the marine burrowing sponge Cliona celata (Demospongiae). Biological Bulletin 159:135-147.

Hatcher, B.G., 1983. Grazing in coral reef ecosystems, p.164-179. In: Barnes, D.J. (ed.), Perspectives on Coral Reefs. Australian Institute of Marine Science, Contribution 20, Townsville, Australia.

Hattin, D.E. and Hirt, D.S., 1991. Paleoecology of scalpellomorph cirripeds in Fairport Member of Carlile Shale (Turonian), Central Kansas. Palaios 6:553-563.

Hayes, M.L., Johnson, M.E. and Fox, W.T., 1993. Rocky-shore biotic associations and their fossilization potential: Isla Requeson (Baja California Sur, Mexico). Journal of Coastal Research 9:944-957.

Hecker, R.F., 1960. Fossil fauna of smooth rocky marine bottom. Eesti NSV Teaduste Akadeemia Geoloogia Instituudi Uurimused 5:199-227.

Hein, F.J. and Risk, M.J., 1975. Bioerosion of coral heads: inner patch reefs, Florida reef tract. Bulletin of Marine Science 25:133-137.

Heindel, K. et al., 2009. Data report; Bioerosion in the reef framework, IODP Expedition 310 off Tahiti (Tiarei, Maraa, and Faaa sites). Proceedings of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program 310: variously paginated.

Heindel, K., Wisshak, M. and Westphal, H., 2009. Microbioerosion in Tahitian reefs: a record of environmental change during the last deglacial sea-level rise (IODP 310). Lethaia 42:322-340.

Henderson, C.M. and Styan, W.B., 1982. Description and ecology of Recent endolithic biota from the Gulf Islands and Banks in the Straits of Juan de Fuca, British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 19:1382-1394.

Henderson, R.A. and McNamara, K.J., 1985. Taphonomy and ichnology of cephalopod shells in a Maastrichtian chalk from Western Australia. Lethaia 18:305-322.

Henrich, R. and Freiwald, A., 1995. Controls on modern carbonate sedimentation on warm-temperate to Arctic coasts, shelves and seamounts in the Northern Hemisphere: implications for fossil counterparts. Facies 32:71-108.

Herrera-Duvault, Y. and Roux, M., 1986. Modalités et vitesse de dissolution de la coquille des modioles du site hydrothermal de 13° N sur la dorsale du Pacifique oriental. Comptes rendus de l'Académie des sciences. Série 3, Sciences de la vie 302:251-256.

Herrera-Escalante, T., Lopez-Perez, R.A. and Leyte-Morales, G.E., 2005. Bioerosion caused by the sea urchin Diadema mexicanum (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) at Bahias de Huatulco, western Mexico. Revista de Biologia Tropical 53:263-273.

Herrmann, A., 1956. Der Zechstein am Südwestlichen Harzrand. Geologisches Jahrbuch 72:1-72. [See especially page 27 for a profile of an Early Permian rocky shore.]

Hesselbo, S.P. and Palmer, T.J., 1992. Reworked early diagenetic concretions and the bioerosional origin of a regional discontinuity within British Jurassic marine mudstones. Sedimentology 39:1045-1065.

Hessland, I., 1949. Investigations of the Lower Ordovician of the Siljan District, Sweden. II. Lower Ordovician penetrative and enveloping algae from the Siljan District. Bulletin of the Geological Institution of the University of Uppsala 33:409-428.

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Higazi, F., 1985. Kleinfaunen aus dem Oberjura des spanischen Keltiberikums mit spezieller Berücksichtigung der Palökologie. Arbeiten des Institutes für Geologie und Paläontologie der Universität Stuttgart, Neue Folge 82:127-159.

Highsmith, R.C., 1980. Geographic patterns of coral bioerosion: a productivity hypothesis. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 46:177-196.

Highsmith, R.C., 1980. Burrowing by the bivalve mollusc Lithophaga curta in the living reef coral Montipora berryi and a hypothesis of reciprocal larval recruitment. Marine Biology 56:155-162.

Highsmith, R.C., 1981. Lime-boring algae in hermatypic coral skeletons. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 55:267-281.

Highsmith, R.C., 1981. Coral bioerosion: damage relative to skeletal density. American Naturalist 117:193-198.

Highsmith, R.C., Lueptow, R.L. and Schonberg, S.C., 1983. Growth and bioerosion of three massive corals on the Belize barrier reef. Marine Ecology Progress Series 13:261-271.

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Hill, M.S., 1996. Symbiotic zooxanthellae enhance boring and growth rates of the tropical sponge Anthosigmella varians forma varians. Marine Biology 125:649-654.

Hillmer, G. and Schulz, M.-G., 1973. Ableitung der biologie und ökologie eines polychaeten der bohrganges Ramosulcichnus biforans (Gripp) nov. ichnogen. Geologisch-Paläontologisches Institut der Universität Hamburg 42:5-24.

Hoagland, K.E., 1986. Effects of temperature, salinity, and substratum on larvae of the shipworms Teredo bartschi Clapp and T. navalis Linnaeus (Bivalvia: Teredinidae): American Malacological Bulletin 4:89-99.

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Hodgkin, E.P., 1970. Geomorphology and biological erosion of limestone coasts in Malaysia. Geological Society of Malaysia Bulletin 3:27-51.

Hodgkin, N.M., 1962. Limestone boring by the mytilid Lithophaga. The Veliger 4:123-129.

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Hoeksema, B.W., 1983. Excavation patterns and spiculae dimensions of the boring sponge Cliona celata from the SW Netherlands. Senckenbergiana Maritima 15:55-85.

Hoeksema, B.W. and Achituv, Y., 1993. First Indonesian record of Fungiacava eilatensis Goreau et al., 1968 (Bivalvia: Mytilidae), endosymbiont of Fungia spp. (Scleractinia: Fungiidae). Basteria 57:131-138.

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Hoffman, A. and Martinell, J., 1984. Prey selection by naticid gastropods in the Pliocene of Empordà (Northeast Spain). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie Paläontologie 7:393-399.

Hoffman, E.J., 1985. Distribution patterns of Recent microbial endoliths in the intertidal and supratidal zones, Bermuda, p. 179-194. In: Curran, H.A. (ed.), Biogenic structures: Their use in interpreting depositional environments. Special Publication, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists 35.

Hoffmann, L., 1988. The development of Hormogonia, a possible taxonomic criterium in false-branching blue-green algae (Cyanophyceae, Cyanobacteria). Archiv für Protistenkunde 135:41-43.

Hoffmann, L., 1988. Criteria for the classification of blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) at the genus and at the species level. Algological Studies, 50-53:131-139.

Hoffmann, M. and Krobicki, M., 1989. Oyster buildup within the disaerobic-facies mudstones (Middle Jurassic, central Poland) – example of benthic island colonization. Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae 59:299-330.

Hoffmeister, A.P. and Kowalewski, M., 2001. Spatial and environmental variation in the fossil record of drilling predation: a case study from the Miocene of central Europe. Palaios 16:566-579.

Hofmann, K., 1996. Die mikro-endolithischen Spurenfossilien der borealen Oberkreide Nordwest-Europas. Geologisches Jahrbuch, A 136:1-153.

Hofmann, K. and Vogel, K., 1992. Endolithische Spurenfossilien in der Schreibkreide (Maastricht) von Rügen (Norddeustchland). Zeitschrift geologische Wissenschaft 20:51-65.

Höhnk, W., 1954. Studien zur Brack- und Seewassermykologie IV. Ascomyceten des Ktstensandes. Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Meeres-forschung, Bremerhaven 3:27-33.

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Höhnk, W., 1957. Fortschritte der marinen Mykologie in jüngster Zeit. Naturwiss. Rundschau 2:39-44.

Höhnk, W., 1959. Ein Beitrag zur ozeanischen Mykologie. Deutsche Hydrograph. Zeitschr. B3:81-87.

Höhnk, W., 1967. Über die submersen Pilze an der rumänischen Schwarzmeerküste nahe Constanza. Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Meeres-forschung, Bremerhaven 10:149-158.

Höhnk, W., 1969. Über den pilzlichen Befall kalkiger Hartteile von Meerestieren. Bericht Deutsche Wissenschaftliche Kommission für Meeresforschung 20:129-140.

Hölder, H., 1972. Endo-und Epizoen von Belemmiten-Rostren (Megateuthis) in nordwestdeutschen Bajocium (Mittlerer Jura). Paläontologische Zeitschrift 46:199-220.

Hölder, H., 1973. Miscellanea cephalopodica. Geologie und Paläontologie, Münster 29:39–76.

Hölder, H. and R. Hollmann., 1969. Bohrgänge mariner Organismen in jurassischen Hart- und Felsböden. Neues Jahrbuch Geologie Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 133:79-88.

Hollingworth, N.T.J. and Wignall, P.B., 1992. The Callovian-Oxfordian boundary in Oxfordshire and Wiltshire based on two new temporary sections. Proceedings of the Geological Association 103:15-29.

Holmer, L.E., 1983. Lower Viruan discontinuity surfaces in central Sweden. GFF 105:29-42.

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